Am Donnerstag, 1. August 2013, 18:33:18 schrieb Michael Ströder:
Andrew Wafaa wrote:
What I had said was openSUSE's focus
is on ARMv7 and above. There is nothing stopping people from helping
get support for v6 up and running, just that it won't be done as part
of the core port. I would love to see openSUSE on every device out
there, but there are only a small number of people doing the work so
the work needs to be prioritised.
I can understand very well that resources are limited.
But I'd like to know why Raspberry Pi is low-priority despite its big
community? What was the reason for openSUSE to focus on ARMv7?
Regarding help I'd be willing to help in details or with certain packages.
But only very few people can do something about the OBS infrastructure.
What is missing in the OBS infrastructure?
As said I'm lurking on this in the hope to get
some directions how to use
the Raspberry Pi with a repo which receives updates. But I'm totally
confused about all the ARM-related repos popping up.
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